EVA welcomes the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union on case C-392/19 as it clarifies when framing practices on the internet (also known as “embedding”) amount to communication to the public within the meaning of the InfoSoc directive 2001/29.
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According to a EY Study published today, the Visual Arts sector has the largest turnover among the EU’s Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) but is set to suffer a -38% loss in turnover in 2020 compared to 2019 (-53 billion euros).
EVA co-signs statement on private copy along with other organisations representing Authors, Performers, Publishers and Creative Workers at EU level [...]
The European Visual Artists responded to the targeted consultation of the European Commission on the guidelines concerning Article 17 of the Copyright Directive.
EVA co-signs call for the EU to increase the Creative Europe budget and to guarantee that the Cultural sector benefits from the EU recovery plan [...]
SPA, our member in Portugal, has been very active in providing support to artists during the current crisis [...]
SAIF, one of our members in France, is in the frontline to support visual artists [...]
Europe’s cultural and creative sectors call for ambitious EU budgetary measures to get through the COVID-19 crisis [...]
ADAGP, one of our members in France, is supporting artists through the Covid-19 emergency [...]